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Lisa White
Lisa White
Lisa,

I was just informed of your miracle tonight. Sherri had told Jean and Jean just told me. I am so glad to hear you are doing well and will pray for your continued recovery and for the changes that are hard for the time being... like not being able to drive. It is so wierd that I was thinking a lot of you the last couple of months... but didn't know how to get in touch with you. I know now I was supposed to pray for you...lesson learned on my part. God bless you continually!
kathy koenecke
kathy koenecke
Hi my friend,

I so enjoyed staying with you for the week....You are an amazing lady, Your strength, your attitude, is truly a gift from God......I still am in awe of your miraculous recovery....God is good......I love you sooooooooo much and I miss you........Do take it easy Lisa.......I am looking forward to seeing you all at christmas.....Love, respect, and offering prayers up for you kathy k.Your sis.
Diana Shaw
Diana Shaw
Lisa,

I am so thankful that you are recovering from your cardiac arrest. We send our love and prayers; and my mom sends hers too!

It is truly a blessing to have our faith in God and the power of prayer to help us through times like these.

If you need anything, or just need to talk, please call me.

Love,

Diana
Sherri Boster
Sherri Boster
Dear Lisa,

It was so good to hear your voice when I called. I think about you everyday and continue to pray for your health and recovery. I think we all realize just how blessed you are and praise God for the gift of life that He has given you. You are an incredible girl with endless faith and I have been blessed by your friendship.

Love,

Sherri Boster
Dawn Picha
Dawn Picha
Lisa,

I'm so happy to hear how well you are recovering. I can see from this website just how many people are following you down the path, cheering you on !!! I know you will continue to improve because you are so very strong in faith, and spirit.

Best Wishes,

Dawn Picha
Lisa Koenecke
Lisa Koenecke
Hey everyone-- This is Lisa. I just went through this site and reread all the nice notes sent to me. I have to admit, I have read it at least 3 other times and each time it feels so new. I guess my brain isn't 100% yet. I do thank all of you, though, for the many prayers and well wishes. I thank and praise God for how he has given me another chance. He must have something for me to do yet! I feel so blessed to be here.

I do not remember anything of the day it happened. And naturally the hospital stay is very hazy. What I do remember is those nasty MRI's I had to have, the nurses trying to find veins when there were none because they'd all been used, and being in that hospital bed feeling like I was becoming part of it. Obviously, it is all petty now, I'd go through it again to know I could still be alive.

I am feeling pretty good. I have gone on some short outings (ok the state volleyball tourney was more than short). I feel tired a lot, but also feels good to throw in a load of laundry or do some dishes. I have some strict family nurses who monitor my moves! I have a defibrillator/pacemaker now and hope it never decides to tell me something. I have headaches every morning and am wondering if it is from lack of caffiene. I am not allowed any coffee ever!, no chocolate, no margaritas! NO wonder I have headaches. I need some good advice on substitutes.

I probably won't go back to work for awhile. I just get so tired. I hope it all comes back to me when I do return. I have had problems with remembering things that took place up to two weeks prior to my collapse. So that is a weird feeling. Oh, I can't drive for 6 months, that will be the hard part. I'm sure it will work out, but thinking about everywhere I need to go is stressful.

Thank you all again for writing to me. Also, all the food, cards, help at confirmation, lawn mowing and constant calls (I'm probably forgetting something) are so appreciated. I can't wait to start running into people.

See you then, much love and thanks, Lisa
Ken Warner
Ken Warner
Hi Lisa,

Read about your "news" in the the MCCE Newsletter. We all are wishing and praying for a speedy recovery for you. Take care and we'll keep track of your progress on the CaringBridge site.

All the best!

Ken Warner, President

Willmar Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce
Cindy Belkholm
Cindy Belkholm
Lisa,

I just received the MCCE newsletter and read about your story. I meet you at the Fall Conference in Detroit Lakes and visitied a bit with you. I praise God for your reocovery so far and that you are home and pray for a full recovery. I just wanted to pass along that message to you.

Stay strong and smile. J
Butch Novitsky
Butch Novitsky
Lisa, Greg, Kayla, Mitch and Joel

We along with the body at Village Church have been in persistent prayer for you and the entire family. I believe, along with your many other friends and family, God is restoring you. Wow, a week later and your home! Your life has been a testimony to many of Him whom you serve.

Violet and I had the awesome privilage of getting a big hug from each of your kids at the hospital. It was special to us and something we will always remember.
Denice Fjeld
Denice Fjeld
Hey Lisa!

I am so excited to see how great you are doing. We do serve an amazing God! I couldn't stop thinking of the picture Kathy m got for you years ago when you had your leg stuff going on. The one with you dancing. Know that I and your "sisters" are keeping you before the Throne. I want to come see you when you are ready.

Love you girlie!

Denice
Lisa White
Lisa White
Lisa,

I was just informed of your miracle tonight. Sherri had told Jean and Jean just told me. I am so glad to hear you are doing well and will pray for your continued recovery and for the changes that are hard for the time being... like not being able to drive. It is so wierd that I was thinking a lot of you the last couple of months... but didn't know how to get in touch with you. I know now I was supposed to pray for you...lesson learned on my part. God bless you continually!
kathy koenecke
kathy koenecke
Hi my friend,

I so enjoyed staying with you for the week....You are an amazing lady, Your strength, your attitude, is truly a gift from God......I still am in awe of your miraculous recovery....God is good......I love you sooooooooo much and I miss you........Do take it easy Lisa.......I am looking forward to seeing you all at christmas.....Love, respect, and offering prayers up for you kathy k.Your sis.
Diana Shaw
Diana Shaw
Lisa,

I am so thankful that you are recovering from your cardiac arrest. We send our love and prayers; and my mom sends hers too!

It is truly a blessing to have our faith in God and the power of prayer to help us through times like these.

If you need anything, or just need to talk, please call me.

Love,

Diana
Dawn Picha
Dawn Picha
Lisa,

I'm so happy to hear how well you are recovering. I can see from this website just how many people are following you down the path, cheering you on !!! I know you will continue to improve because you are so very strong in faith, and spirit.

Best Wishes,

Dawn Picha
Ken Warner
Ken Warner
Hi Lisa,

Read about your "news" in the the MCCE Newsletter. We all are wishing and praying for a speedy recovery for you. Take care and we'll keep track of your progress on the CaringBridge site.

All the best!

Ken Warner, President

Willmar Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce
Butch Novitsky
Butch Novitsky
Lisa, Greg, Kayla, Mitch and Joel

We along with the body at Village Church have been in persistent prayer for you and the entire family. I believe, along with your many other friends and family, God is restoring you. Wow, a week later and your home! Your life has been a testimony to many of Him whom you serve.

Violet and I had the awesome privilage of getting a big hug from each of your kids at the hospital. It was special to us and something we will always remember.
Sherri Boster
Sherri Boster
Dear Lisa,

It was so good to hear your voice when I called. I think about you everyday and continue to pray for your health and recovery. I think we all realize just how blessed you are and praise God for the gift of life that He has given you. You are an incredible girl with endless faith and I have been blessed by your friendship.

Love,

Sherri Boster
Lisa Koenecke
Lisa Koenecke
Hey everyone-- This is Lisa. I just went through this site and reread all the nice notes sent to me. I have to admit, I have read it at least 3 other times and each time it feels so new. I guess my brain isn't 100% yet. I do thank all of you, though, for the many prayers and well wishes. I thank and praise God for how he has given me another chance. He must have something for me to do yet! I feel so blessed to be here.

I do not remember anything of the day it happened. And naturally the hospital stay is very hazy. What I do remember is those nasty MRI's I had to have, the nurses trying to find veins when there were none because they'd all been used, and being in that hospital bed feeling like I was becoming part of it. Obviously, it is all petty now, I'd go through it again to know I could still be alive.

I am feeling pretty good. I have gone on some short outings (ok the state volleyball tourney was more than short). I feel tired a lot, but also feels good to throw in a load of laundry or do some dishes. I have some strict family nurses who monitor my moves! I have a defibrillator/pacemaker now and hope it never decides to tell me something. I have headaches every morning and am wondering if it is from lack of caffiene. I am not allowed any coffee ever!, no chocolate, no margaritas! NO wonder I have headaches. I need some good advice on substitutes.

I probably won't go back to work for awhile. I just get so tired. I hope it all comes back to me when I do return. I have had problems with remembering things that took place up to two weeks prior to my collapse. So that is a weird feeling. Oh, I can't drive for 6 months, that will be the hard part. I'm sure it will work out, but thinking about everywhere I need to go is stressful.

Thank you all again for writing to me. Also, all the food, cards, help at confirmation, lawn mowing and constant calls (I'm probably forgetting something) are so appreciated. I can't wait to start running into people.

See you then, much love and thanks, Lisa
Cindy Belkholm
Cindy Belkholm
Lisa,

I just received the MCCE newsletter and read about your story. I meet you at the Fall Conference in Detroit Lakes and visitied a bit with you. I praise God for your reocovery so far and that you are home and pray for a full recovery. I just wanted to pass along that message to you.

Stay strong and smile. J
Denice Fjeld
Denice Fjeld
Hey Lisa!

I am so excited to see how great you are doing. We do serve an amazing God! I couldn't stop thinking of the picture Kathy m got for you years ago when you had your leg stuff going on. The one with you dancing. Know that I and your "sisters" are keeping you before the Throne. I want to come see you when you are ready.

Love you girlie!

Denice
Lisa White
Lisa White
Lisa,

I was just informed of your miracle tonight. Sherri had told Jean and Jean just told me. I am so glad to hear you are doing well and will pray for your continued recovery and for the changes that are hard for the time being... like not being able to drive. It is so wierd that I was thinking a lot of you the last couple of months... but didn't know how to get in touch with you. I know now I was supposed to pray for you...lesson learned on my part. God bless you continually!
Dawn Picha
Dawn Picha
Lisa,

I'm so happy to hear how well you are recovering. I can see from this website just how many people are following you down the path, cheering you on !!! I know you will continue to improve because you are so very strong in faith, and spirit.

Best Wishes,

Dawn Picha
Cindy Belkholm
Cindy Belkholm
Lisa,

I just received the MCCE newsletter and read about your story. I meet you at the Fall Conference in Detroit Lakes and visitied a bit with you. I praise God for your reocovery so far and that you are home and pray for a full recovery. I just wanted to pass along that message to you.

Stay strong and smile. J
Diana Shaw
Diana Shaw
Lisa,

I am so thankful that you are recovering from your cardiac arrest. We send our love and prayers; and my mom sends hers too!

It is truly a blessing to have our faith in God and the power of prayer to help us through times like these.

If you need anything, or just need to talk, please call me.

Love,

Diana
Lisa Koenecke
Lisa Koenecke
Hey everyone-- This is Lisa. I just went through this site and reread all the nice notes sent to me. I have to admit, I have read it at least 3 other times and each time it feels so new. I guess my brain isn't 100% yet. I do thank all of you, though, for the many prayers and well wishes. I thank and praise God for how he has given me another chance. He must have something for me to do yet! I feel so blessed to be here.

I do not remember anything of the day it happened. And naturally the hospital stay is very hazy. What I do remember is those nasty MRI's I had to have, the nurses trying to find veins when there were none because they'd all been used, and being in that hospital bed feeling like I was becoming part of it. Obviously, it is all petty now, I'd go through it again to know I could still be alive.

I am feeling pretty good. I have gone on some short outings (ok the state volleyball tourney was more than short). I feel tired a lot, but also feels good to throw in a load of laundry or do some dishes. I have some strict family nurses who monitor my moves! I have a defibrillator/pacemaker now and hope it never decides to tell me something. I have headaches every morning and am wondering if it is from lack of caffiene. I am not allowed any coffee ever!, no chocolate, no margaritas! NO wonder I have headaches. I need some good advice on substitutes.

I probably won't go back to work for awhile. I just get so tired. I hope it all comes back to me when I do return. I have had problems with remembering things that took place up to two weeks prior to my collapse. So that is a weird feeling. Oh, I can't drive for 6 months, that will be the hard part. I'm sure it will work out, but thinking about everywhere I need to go is stressful.

Thank you all again for writing to me. Also, all the food, cards, help at confirmation, lawn mowing and constant calls (I'm probably forgetting something) are so appreciated. I can't wait to start running into people.

See you then, much love and thanks, Lisa
Butch Novitsky
Butch Novitsky
Lisa, Greg, Kayla, Mitch and Joel

We along with the body at Village Church have been in persistent prayer for you and the entire family. I believe, along with your many other friends and family, God is restoring you. Wow, a week later and your home! Your life has been a testimony to many of Him whom you serve.

Violet and I had the awesome privilage of getting a big hug from each of your kids at the hospital. It was special to us and something we will always remember.
kathy koenecke
kathy koenecke
Hi my friend,

I so enjoyed staying with you for the week....You are an amazing lady, Your strength, your attitude, is truly a gift from God......I still am in awe of your miraculous recovery....God is good......I love you sooooooooo much and I miss you........Do take it easy Lisa.......I am looking forward to seeing you all at christmas.....Love, respect, and offering prayers up for you kathy k.Your sis.
Sherri Boster
Sherri Boster
Dear Lisa,

It was so good to hear your voice when I called. I think about you everyday and continue to pray for your health and recovery. I think we all realize just how blessed you are and praise God for the gift of life that He has given you. You are an incredible girl with endless faith and I have been blessed by your friendship.

Love,

Sherri Boster
Ken Warner
Ken Warner
Hi Lisa,

Read about your "news" in the the MCCE Newsletter. We all are wishing and praying for a speedy recovery for you. Take care and we'll keep track of your progress on the CaringBridge site.

All the best!

Ken Warner, President

Willmar Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce
Denice Fjeld
Denice Fjeld
Hey Lisa!

I am so excited to see how great you are doing. We do serve an amazing God! I couldn't stop thinking of the picture Kathy m got for you years ago when you had your leg stuff going on. The one with you dancing. Know that I and your "sisters" are keeping you before the Throne. I want to come see you when you are ready.

Love you girlie!

Denice